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Are You Looking for A Helping Hand Up and Not a Hand Out? (05 Mar 2006)
If you are looking for a helping hand in the entertainment industry, then you'd do best to look at your own two.
I know that sounds harsh, but if you've ever worked or tried to work in the entertainment industry you'll know exactly what I me...
Music, Money, and You (14 May 2006)
As a musician, bands have it easier than a solo artist in terms of cost to make a CD. Other than that, there are little or no differences. For bands/artists who wish to start the process of making, distributing, and getting radio airplay by them...
Do Parents Allow the Entertainment Industry to Eat Their Young? (15 Apr 2006)
In today's society we know that the moral fiber of our communities is in peril. Why then, do we not protect our children? We have a responsibility to safeguard our most vulnerable; instead, we prematurely catapult them into a world they are not ma...
Payday! Your Free Market Role Playing Begins (05 May 2006)
Payday! The players have their new credit cards. Some have cash! They refinanced the house. Things are looking good.
Let's follow Jim and George to the Mall. They have a nice new SUV and the tank is full. We will pick them up in subur...
The Business of Magic (01 Sep 2005)
Magic may be an art form, but for many of us it's also a
way of life-and a way to make money. For all you who are
interested in turning magic from a hobby into a career,
there are several things you need to know about the
business side of magic.Fantasy and the Sense of Wonder (26 Feb 2006)
Eras come and go, and fantasy tales continue to be spun. New authors continue from the horizons where others have retired; it reminds me of the passing of a torch. Sometimes its been a raging firebrand and at other times a barely-smoking wick....
Why Are Readers So Hungry for Horror? (04 Feb 2006)
What is it about a good horror story that sends chills of fear and delight up our spines? Why is it that, even as we double-check to be sure the locks are locked, we tune in to the fright fest of fearsome flicks on cable TV as Halloween approaches...
The Bastard Giants: The Creation of a Race—Legacy (10 Jan 2006)
Parts One through Three
In the Beginning:
It all had to start somewhere, someplace. It just didn't evolve from nothing. In all my books, a series of five to be exact, I talk about the Watchers or Angelic Renegades, the ...
Arizona Blue - Gunfighter: Meeting at the Red Dog (20 Aug 2005)
[Juneau, Alaska - l884-85]
The Man called Arizona - Blue
The man called Arizona Blue was a man by himself and before him laid another town, this time in Juneau, Alaska. Behind him were scars and memories. Each ...
Lost Canyon [Chapters Four and Five of Six] (14 Feb 2006)
"Can this creature fly?" asked Deppit.
"No," Patten commented, adding"…not to my knowledge; although I do believe it was, or is human perhaps or at least partly. Conceivably this thing had a bit of animal a...
A Cup of Cocoa on a Cold Day (22 Aug 2005)
Waking up and discovering I was in for a cold day cold by Californian standards, my thoughts turned to how nice it would be to have a cup of that warm dark chocolate drink, Cocoa with its sweet aroma slowly trickling down my throat; a picture of m...
Planet SSARG: Hearts of Buzzards [Part one of two/Chapter #13] (04 Aug 2005)
Below the cliffs and caves remained the frequently snarling vipers and rodents, and a few of the Manticores, all in and with their own arguments on dominating natures: questioning whom would rule who, when, how, etc., Siren had been gone now going...
Arizona Blue - Gunfighter, in: Lady in White: The Next Day [Chapter Three of Six] (24 Apr 2006)
They had fallen asleep in the hay; the rooster woke Blue up in the morning. He shook her, to wake her. He thought as he gazed down on her stretched out body: I do lover her, be it lust or real love: what a beauty.
"You can't leave town, Bl...
Troy Burroghs In NYC [Troy Burroghs: Surrealist-Traveler] (10 Nov 2005)
Boxing Fan Burroughs
I was going on a trip again to NYC, short for New York City; I love it in New York; especially Central Park; the Museum is great also, and of course, the Empire State Building. Woops, what museum, the Metropolitan, that...
Casino Theme Party Ideas For a Sensational Celebration (05 Nov 2005)
Bring out the boas and top hats!
Decorate with lots of black and red balloons and don't forget the hanging fuzzy dice.
Give each guest poker chips, play money, and dice when they arrive. For a Las Vegas style nightlife effect, add ple...
Opinion, Value and Taste in Art (9) The Art of Collaboration from Rubens to Liverpool Cathedral (01 May 2006)
Part nine. The Nature of Beauty and the Art of Collaboration from Rubens to Liverpool Cathedral.
Whereas opinion and value may, on occasion, be manufactured, it is very difficult to disguise taste which, whether you have it or not, te...
The Grand Illusion - Large-Scale Magic Tricks That Wont Fail to Impress! (09 May 2006)
Have you ever watched a TV magic special and wondered,
"How is that possible?" have you ever been curious as to
how the top magicians accomplish some of their most
Soon you won't be wondering; you'll be trying them out f...
Artistic Inspiration Discovery (31 Oct 2005)
With art there is an urge to explain ideas. Expression comes through the medium at hand to make a new kind of language in one image. Putting fourth little effort some one may find the description that they want to portray coming out of thin air.A New 1960s Bob Hair Cut for 2006 (19 Nov 2005)
Before the bob hair cut became popular in the 1920's, women
were confined to having long hairstyles that were swept up
with combs or often worn with hairnets to keep their curls.
The 1920's changed all this when the constraints of the
Opinion, Value and Taste in Art; (8) the Glory of the Renaissance (07 Aug 2005)
Part eight. Brilliant colours, brilliant execution, brilliant age - the glory of the Renaissance
If I am honest, the real reason I was so underwhelmed by the Lloyd Webber extravaganza was that, tucked away upstairs, there was an absol...
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